Addington, Cornwall

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Grid reference: SX259651
Location: 50°27’32"N, 4°27’14"W
Local Government
Council: Cornwall

Addington is a village which has become a residential suburb northeast of the little town of Liskeard in Cornwall.

Addington is on the A390 road from Liskeard to Callington. It has a small range of village shops, has its own post office and a fish and chip shop, separate from the main town. Growth in population has effectively swallowed Addington, once a separate village, into Liskeard.


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